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Dancing on Ice has been airing on ITV and the 2021 series has been eventful so far.

Ahead of the latest episode, Jason Donovan announced he could not take part due to a back injury.

This left six couples to compete and here is all you need to know about who got knocked out.

Who left Dancing on Ice tonight?

Dancing on Ice returned for a 13th season back in January 2021, when 12 new couples took to the ice for the first time.

The 2021 season has been the most intense yet, with five contestants being forced to withdraw for various reasons.

ITV bosses have been determined to keep the show on air despite the coronavirus pandemic posing difficulties.

The remaining contestants and their partners are now halfway through the competition and they are more eager than ever to put on a show.

Tonight’s episode had a special Valentine’s Day theme, with the participants performing to well-known love songs.

Christopher Dean acted as head judge for this week and he helped the panel make a final decision on who must leave.

The two couples in the skate-off this week were Lady Leshurr and Amy Tinkler, and sadly it was Amy Tinkler who left the competition.

Their exit follows last week’s tragic evening, which saw Matt Richardson eliminated just after he replaced Rufus Hound.

Before tonight’s elimination, fans enjoyed a performance by The Masked Singer panellist Rita Ora.

There was also a beautiful group performance celebrating the greatest love stories on ice.

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Jason Donovan was unable to take part in tonight’s episode due to pain in his back.

The official Twitter account for Dancing on Ice had said: “Jason Donovan will not be competing on this evening’s show as he has back pain and has been advised to rest.

“He will be taking a break tonight but plans to return next week once recovered #DancingOnIce.”

Fans had questioned whether it was fair to eliminate a couple as not all contestants were able to perform.

One said: “Make tonight more of an exhibition show with no eliminations and maybe get Jane and Chris to dance- then bring everyone back next week including Joe Warren after his isolation break #dancingonice.”

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Another said: “Completely unfair to eliminate anyone tonight. Jason is lovely but not the best skater.

“Someone with real potential could possibly leave tonight at the expense of this. Get better soon Jason, though. #noskateoff.”

Presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield had joked last week about digging out their skates.

Some fans are calling for this series to be cancelled and the show to resume next year with the same cast.

But the show must go on for the remaining contestants who are all keen to get back on the ice.

Taking part in this week’s show were Faye and Hamish, Amy and Joe, Lady Leshurr and Brendyn, Colin and Klabera, Sonny Jay and Angela and Rebekah and Andy.

Plenty of fans still expressed their excitement ahead of tonight’s show and the judges had expected big things.

They had asked for each couple to perform a small segment in complete synchronicity.

One fan said: “That’s quite a challenge as it requires accuracy! Looking forward to Sunday and I’m happy #DancingOnIce continues!

“We need nice things and good entertainment like this! Thanks to everyone involved you are doing a great job! So bring on the couples’ love song interpretations!”

Dancing on Ice airs on ITV on Sundays

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